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Improvisational Screen Printing

Author : Jane Dunnewold
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Descriptions of a dozen surfaces - both permanent and impermanent - that can be used to print design elements using a standard wood or aluminum frame silkscreen, which is available at any art supply. Processes include glue, wax, flour paste, water-based crayon, and thickened dye on the screen. Permanent processes include house paint, spray paint and the use of Thermofax screens. The book is loaded with tips and variations.The appeal of these processes is their low-tech availability. Anyone can acquire a screen or two, read a chapter in this book, and get started immediately. The full-color gallery inspires with works from more than 30 artists who have used these techniques successfully and have graciously shared their work.

Silk screen Printing for Artists Craftsmen

Author : Mathilda V. Schwalbach
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Quickly master techniques for both art prints and textile designs. 193 illustrations, including 19 in full color.

Fabric Surface Design

Author : Cheryl Rezendes
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Sensational sewing projects demand fabulous fabrics! Fiber artist Cheryl Rezendes shows you how to create an astonishing array of surface designs, simply and safely, using textile paints and printing ink. She covers a wide variety of techniques: stamping, ancient Japanese Shibori, silkscreen, soy wax and flour resist, image transfer, marbling, nature printing, foils and metal leaf, and more. Step-by-step photographs illustrate every technique, and Rezendes includes innovative suggestions on how to combine and layer techniques for stunningly original results.

Creative Strength Training

Author : Jane Dunnewold
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Discover a Deeper Connection to Your Artist Self! Artists and athletes alike benefit from strength training. Building creative stamina takes encouragement, mentoring, and regular practice. In Creative Strength Training, you'll discover powerful strategies that combine writing and hands-on art-making to overcome creative stumbling blocks, develop a unique voice and make creating art a regular habit. • Overcome resistance while dismantling "the Committee" (that group of inner critics). • Explore 10 exercises for making art that stands apart as uniquely yours. • Receive support and inspiration from contributing artists who share how each chapter has improved their practice and helped them evolve. Begin a fresh approach to your creative practice. Begin building stamina today with Creative Strength Training! "In a world of bookshelves lined with self-help guides to overhauling ourselves, Jane Dunnewold gives us, instead, a way to discover ourselves. Creative Strength Training is a gift to the artist just starting out, and a powerful resource for those of us who feel like we may have grown stale." --Mary Fisher, artist and AIDS activist "Jane's approach will resonate with anyone who has ever been stymied in his or her attempt to be original and creative. She guides readers on a journey of self-discovery to seek the core of the creative spirit. This newfound self-awareness and confidence is sure to unleash brand new avenues of creativity for those who read this important new work." --Maureen Hendricks, owner of Gateway Canyons Resort, home of Alegre Quilt Retreat "Jane Dunnewold's approach to the creative process is as refreshing as it is realistic--building stamina means making your art a priority. This method feels at once personal and prolific--a must-have for anyone looking to push his/her boundaries." --Joe Pitcher, founder of textileartist.org

Surface Design

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The Best of Quilting Arts

Author : Pokey Bolton
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Celebrate the first 10 years of the groundbreaking Quilting Arts magazine with The Best of Quilting Arts, a collection of the best articles, projects, and techniques. Pokey Bolton, founder of Quilting Arts magazine, has compiled the most popular articles that have inspired quilters and artists alike to move beyond the basics of art quilting and re-explore machine and hand stitching, fabric embellishment, surface design, and more. Inside you'll find: • Quilt art techniques from fabric collage and applique to resist dyeing, stamping, and foiling. • Machine-stitching and thread-painting tips and tutorials from award-winning art quilters. • Ideas and advice for the professional quilt artist. • An array of binding and stitching techniques to make your art quilt stand out. • Methods for making realistic representational art quilts, including portraits of pets and people. Whether you're making your first art quilt or are a seasoned quilt artist eager to enhance your designs, you'll find endless instruction and inspiration in The Best of Quilting Arts.

The Surface Designer s Handbook

Author : Holly Brackmann
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Beginning with studio practices and safety rules, this information-packed handbook is appropriate for both newcomers and experienced dyers but assumes that readers have a serious interest in textile design. An overview of dyeing starts with fibers and fabrics and discusses all aspects of the dyes favored by textile studios--fiber reactive, acid, vat, and disperse--before explaining discharging, screen printing, monoprinting, stamping, stenciling, resist dyeing, devore, and painting. Would-be fabric artists are advised along the way to identify a personal approach to dyeing--free spirit? rule-follower?--and color photographs of work by today's top fiber artists elucidate prevailing styles. Recipes and techniques are accompanied by step-by-step instructions with photographs, and a concealed spiral binding allows the book to lie flat. Ten appendices include a worksheet for recording chemicals, procedures, and costs for all projects; a guide to washing fabric; descriptions of stock solutions, thickeners, and steaming; a metric conversion table; and a guide to water temperatures.

Organ Music in Print

Author : Thomas R. Nardone
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Print and Performance in the 1820s

Author : Angela Esterhammer
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Illuminates Britain's literary field during the 1820s as a decade of improvisation, speculation and rapid cultural change.

Announcement of Courses of Study

Author : New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.)
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Improvisation for the Theater

Author : Viola Spolin
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Collects exercises, games, and other techniques developed by Viola Spolin for stimulating creative expression.

Il LIST ration

Author : Jaime Zollars
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The creativity never stops with Il-LIST-ration! Il-LIST-ration is a remarkable and unique book featuring ludicrous lists to help artists, doodlers, and sketchers with daily inspiration! Inside, you'll find complete illustrated lists, partial lists, and blank lists to help guide you through a world full of illustration ideas and motivation. Each list has a distinct theme or fantastical topic. What world would you create using Modes of Miniature Transportation? Could you doodle out dozens of Drinks for Dragons? And how would you create your Recipes for Disaster? These themes include lines for twelve descriptive names, and plenty of space for your accompanying illustrations. A concluding inspirational gallery features art contributed by: John Hendrix, Calef Brown, Julianna Brion, Roman Muradov, Aya Kakeda, and Wilson Swain.

Harrap s Shorter Dictionary

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Bilingual dictionary covering technical and specialist terms, literary and old-fashioned language, idioms, colloquialisms and slang as well as regional variations.

From Sight to Sound

Author : Nicole M. Brockmann
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A fun and practical approach to learning improvisation

Pretend Play as Improvisation

Author : Robert Keith Sawyer
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Everyday conversations including gossip, boasting, flirting, teasing, and informative discussions are highly creative, improvised interactions. Children's play is also an important, often improvisational activity. One of the most improvisational games among 3- to 5-year-old children is social pretend play--also called fantasy play, sociodramatic play, or role play. Children's imaginations have free reign during pretend play. Conversations in these play episodes are far more improvisational than the average adult conversation. Because pretend play occurs in a dramatized, fantasy world, it is less constrained by social and physical reality. This book adds to our understanding of preschoolers' pretend play by examining it in the context of a theory of improvisational performance genres. This theory, derived from in-depth analyses of the implicit and explicit rules of theatrical improvisation, proves to generalize to pretend play as well. The two genres share several characteristics: * There is no script; they are created in the moment. * There are loose outlines of structure which guide the performance. * They are collective; no one person decides what will happen. Because group improvisational genres are collective and unscripted, improvisational creativity is a collective social process. The pretend play literature states that this improvisational behavior is most prevalent during the same years that many other social and cognitive skills are developing. Children between the ages of 3 and 5 begin to develop representations of their own and others' mental states as well as learn to represent and construct narratives. Freudian psychologists and other personality theorists have identified these years as critical in the development of the personality. The author believes that if we can demonstrate that children's improvisational abilities develop during these years--and that their fantasy improvisations become more complex and creative--it might suggest that these social skills are linked to the child's developing ability to improvise with other creative performers.

Water based Screenprinting Today

Author : Roni Henning
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• Spotlights “green” technology, safe for all artists • Distinguished author has worked with Andy Warhol, Red Grooms, Romare Bearden, and other top artists • Techniques range from the traditional hands-on to the latest in digital screenprinting For many years, screenprinting was oil-based—and presented significant health risks even as it damaged the environment. Today, fortunately, screenprinting has shifted to water-based technologies. Now Roni Henning, a leading expert on screenprinting, offers her tips and techniques for getting the most out of these safer, “greener” water-based methods ranging from the traditional hands-on methods to the latest digital technology. She explains separations and color correcting, then discusses the artist-printmaker collaboration, giving intriguing examples from her own work with such luminaries as Andy Warhol, Red Grooms, and Romare Bearden. Henning also offers step-by-step instructions for monoprinting, her own direct-to-screen watercolor process. Illustrated with glowing examples of the printmaking medium, including works by Bearden, Jack Youngerman, Gene Davis, and Elizabeth Osbourne, this is the definitive work on an increasingly popular art.

Improvisational Therapy

Author : Bradford P. Keeney
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In this unusual volume, Bradford Keeney depicts psychotherapy as a performing art. Emphasizing the advantages of improvising one's own therapeutic style, he presents a host of tried-and-true strategic interventions, a short course on brief intervention design, a way of "scoring' conversations with clients much like one would score music, a collection of therapeutic moves, and chapters on creating one's own clinical design. As such, IMPROVISATIONAL THERAPY is a book that will be valued by all who do clinical work.

English Language Arts and Reading on the Internet

Author : Jim Greenlaw
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This interactive book introduces readers to numerous useful reading and English Language Arts Websites and teaching strategies. It is packed with ways to effectively use the Websites to transform the teaching of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and viewing. The authors guide readers through the many fascinating texts and activities that are featured on the language arts Websites in an easy-to-use format. With comprehensive lists of electronic journals, professional organizations, and English teacher sites, this is a critical resource for any teacher who wants to enhance the Reading and English curriculum Five chapters cover: untangling the Web, English education reform in a technological world, reading research and lessons, literature for children and adolescents, and language arts standards and activities. For Reading, Language Arts, and English teachers at the elementary and secondary grade levels.

Impro

Author : Keith Johnstone
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Keith Johnstone's involvement with the theatre began when George Devine and Tony Richardson, artistic directors of the Royal Court Theatre, commissioned a play from him. This was in 1956. A few years later he was himself Associate Artistic Director, working as a play-reader and director, in particular helping to run the Writers' Group. The improvisatory techniques and exercises evolved there to foster spontaneity and narrative skills were developed further in the actors' studio then in demonstrations to schools and colleges and ultimately in the founding of a company of performers, called The Theatre Machine. Divided into four sections, 'Status', 'Spontaneity', 'Narrative Skills', and 'Masks and Trance', arranged more or less in the order a group might approach them, the book sets out the specific techniques and exercises which Johnstone has himself found most useful and most stimulating. The result is both an ideas book and a fascinating exploration of the nature of spontaneous creativity.

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